Rodriguez - Swing Like A Metronome


"Swing Like a Metronome" fue lanzado con poca publicidad y sin fanfarria, por lo que sigue siendo una colección en gran parte desconocida. Pero para los fans de bandas como Uncle Tupelo o Grandaddy, este será un descubrimiento brillante. Rodríguez es un trío liderado por los songwriters Kyle Field (su proyecto en solitario se llama Little Wings) y Matt Ward (graba en solitario como M. Ward). Aunque los estilos de ambos son un poco diferentes (sobre todo sus letras), los dos se complementan muy bien. Al igual que Lennon / McCartney o Farrar/Tweedy, los contrastes no hacen más que hacer el esfuerzo de la banda más interesante. Este disco fue grabado en parte por Jason Lytle de Grandaddy, y en parte por Adam Selzer (de Norfolk and Western), pero las canciones son una unidad cohesiva. Para tener una idea del gusto de Rodríguez, consideren su elección de covers: "Loretta" de Townes Van Zandt y "Tom Violence" de Sonic Youth. Estas dos canciones proporcionan una introducción agradable en el mundo Rodríguez.
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"Swing Like a Metronome" was issued without much fanfare or publicity, and as a result remains a largely unknown album. But for fans of bands like Uncle Tupelo or Grandaddy, this is a brilliant discovery. Led by the twin songwriters Kyle Field (his solo project is called Little Wings) and Matt Ward (he records solo as M. Ward), Rodriguez is a band that relies on the strength of its songwriting. While the two songwriters' styles are slightly different (especially lyrically), they complement each other very well. Like Lennon/McCartney or Farrar/Tweedy, the two writers' styles contrast each other, but make the group's efforts that much more interesting. This record was partly recorded by Jason Lytle (Grandaddy leader) and partly by Adam Selzer (of Norfolk and Western) but the songs stand together as a cohesive unit. If Rodriguez's choice of covers appeals to you (Townes Van Zandt's "Loretta" and Sonic Youth's "Tom Violence"), by all means check this recording out--those songs provide a nice intro to the world of Rodriguez. If you've already discovered "Swing Like a Metronome", look into the respective solo projects--they're worth seeking out. By debut record standards, this could be 5 stars but compared to rock history it has to be a strong 4.

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Anónimo dijo...

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Anónimo dijo...

please, reupload this record!

please. please.

nonI dijo...

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Anónimo dijo...

thx, it really means a lot to me!